Hoosiers will vote this November for a senator, a representative, and many local races including a large IPS funding referendum in Indianapolis. We also vote for secretary of state, which has implications far into the future for our state and elections.
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Indiana Education Reform: Who Got a Mandate?
By joshfeatherstone on November 9, 2012 in Democrat, Education, Education Reform, Glenda Ritz, GOP, Indiana General Assembly, Indy Democrat, Jon Easter, Mike Pence, Mitch Daniels, School Vouchers, Super-Majority, Superintendent of Public Instruction
The 2012 election is now a few days behind us. What’s left now is just trying to decipher what it all means. Sometimes, it’s easier to tell what voters want. Other times, though, the voters send confusing messages with their decisions…
Another Super Bowl?!? Don’t Buy the Spin
By joshfeatherstone on July 18, 2012 in Advance Indiana, CIB, Gary Welsh, Georgia Street, Indianapolis, Indy Star, Mayor Ballard, Mitch Daniels, Super Bowl, Super Bowl Bid, Super Bowl LII, Super Bowl XLVI
To the surprise of exactly no one, word began to get around on Tuesday that Indianapolis would be submitting a bid to host another Super Bowl. Most reports suggested that the bid would be for Super Bowl LII in 2018.During and after the completion…
Governor Daniels Also Nonchalant About Misplaced Half-Billion Dollars
By joshfeatherstone on April 10, 2012 in Abdul-Hakim Shabazz, Lost Taxpayer Money, Mitch Daniels
The other day I wrote about how I found it disturbing that Abdul-Hakim Shabazz seemed rather dismissive about the importance of the state finding what now totals to be over $500 million in just a few months. Apparently Abdul is not alone.The Star…